Early Math  /  Spatial Thinking
 WEEKS 1 & 2
Understanding Spatial Language

Children are introduced to spatial language and begin to use it to describe the location or position of an object, person, or place.

 WEEKS 3 & 4
Introduction to Maps

Children develop an initial idea that maps can represent a variety of real-world spaces and learn to identify some key features of a map, including landmarks and routes.

 WEEKS 5 & 6
Navigating Maps

Children use maps to plan, describe, or follow paths or routes from one location to another. They notice that there can be a number of different routes to the same destination.

 WEEKS 7 & 8
Making Maps

Children learn to make maps that correspond to real-world spaces. They also notice that objects or spaces may look different when viewed from another perspective.

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